Lunch at Thames Court

What was meant to be a quick lunch at Thames Court, Shepperton, Surrey turned into a two hour lunch. All because it was so relaxing and in beautiful surroundings.

They had an extensive menu which I would challenge anyone to say they could not find something they fancied.

I went for a sandwich. Not just any sandwich but a fish finger one. Or as they say on their menu, Cod fish finger beer-battered cod goujons and samphire tartare sauce. I changed the straw fries for the sweet potato fries as they are a favourite of mine. It was all yummy. The batter was light and crispy with the fish being flaky and moist. A good combination! The roll was light and fresh with the filling of a tomato and lettuce with the tartare sauce. The sweet potatoes were soft on the inside and crisp on the outside.

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I fancied a ginger beer and I was given a Hawkes ginger beer. I have never drank that before and I was pleasantly surprised. With a large glass of ice I tasted the fruit aromas and the root ginger heat.


Overall a fabulous lunch in a great picturesque pub over looking the Thames. I loved the Pimms wheelbarrows outside and can’t wait to visit again.


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Have you ever visited Thames Court? What did you have? a fancy beer or food?


2 Comment

  1. Ashley Underwood says: Reply

    May have to treat the other half to this place. Some pics of the decor would be nice next time too. If you’re into Thai food, Kai’s (also known as “The Coconut”) is nice in Kingston, it’s down Mill Street.

    1. says: Reply

      Hey Ashley. I know The Coconut. Have been in there for a drink but have not eaten there yet. I have heard they do lovely food so its some where to go in 2017.
      next time I will make sure I add some photos of the decor.


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